• extracting audio from dvd

    From Matt Munson@BORING to All on Sunday, October 22, 2006 12:43:00
    Anyone have any suggestions on how to extract audio tracks from dvd-audio? Bought depeche mode remasters but they put the bonus tracks as dvd-audio, stupid morons at mute. :P

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  • From Phantomrage@PRS to Matt Munson on Thursday, October 26, 2006 00:22:00
    Anyone have any suggestions on how to extract audio tracks from dvd-audio? Bought depeche mode remasters but they put the bonus tracks as dvd-audio, stupid morons at mute. :P


    Don't know if you can put the dvd into the computer and look at the song data as a file or not. I would just plug the rca outs of a dvd player, into the computer input of the soung card and record the songs that you want. If you have good audio software on your computer and a good soundcard then you should be fine.

    Or play the dvd on the compter and record the audio with the same recording software.

    If any one else has a suggestion or know of some software that would work better, then I would like to know about that as well. -=>***************************************************************<=-
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  • From Angus McLeod@ANJO to Phantomrage on Thursday, October 26, 2006 08:57:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Phantomrage to Matt Munson on Thu Oct 26 2006 00:22:00

    Anyone have any suggestions on how to extract audio tracks from dvd-audio

    as a file or not. I would just plug the rca outs of a dvd player, into the computer input of the soung card and record the songs that you want.

    Or play the dvd on the compter and record the audio with the same recording software.

    If any one else has a suggestion or know of some software that would work better, then I would like to know about that as well.

    Or you might try 'mplayer -dumpaudio' and look in ./stream.dump for the
    raw compressed audio stream.

    Or 'mplayer -dumpaudio -dumpfile my_compressed_audio_stream.dump' if you prefer.

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  • From Phantomrage@PRS to Angus McLeod on Thursday, October 26, 2006 23:23:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Angus McLeod to Phantomrage on Thu Oct 26 2006 09:57 am

    Or you might try 'mplayer -dumpaudio' and look in ./stream.dump for the
    raw compressed audio stream.

    Or 'mplayer -dumpaudio -dumpfile my_compressed_audio_stream.dump' if you
    Thats a good ideal. I might have to give this a try and see how it works. I like to get sample and other things to use in my music. This seems like it would be a way to get what I need without any loss.

    Then again, there are times when a little noise makes for a warm sound...

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  • From Angus McLeod@ANJO to Phantomrage on Friday, October 27, 2006 08:31:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Phantomrage to Angus McLeod on Thu Oct 26 2006 23:23:00

    Then again, there are times when a little noise makes for a warm sound...

    Portishead created an entire vinyl album of *silence*, knocked it around
    for a while to pick up some scratches, and then sampled those scratches
    for use on their albums.

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  • From Phantomrage@PRS to Angus McLeod on Friday, October 27, 2006 12:47:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Angus McLeod to Phantomrage on Fri Oct 27 2006 09:31 am

    Then again, there are times when a little noise makes for a warm sound...

    Portishead created an entire vinyl album of *silence*, knocked it around
    for a while to pick up some scratches, and then sampled those scratches
    for use on their albums.

    There are a few or a lot (depends on the kind of music you are into) that have used the vinyl scratches and noises in there music. I allways got a kick out of that. You have this recording on a CD that is digital and super clean sounding, then they go and add the sound of a record on top. I am more of a analog kinda person. But digital when used right can be very sweet sounding.

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  • From Angus McLeod@ANJO to Phantomrage on Friday, October 27, 2006 23:37:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Phantomrage to Angus McLeod on Fri Oct 27 2006 12:47:00

    Portishead created an entire vinyl album of *silence*, knocked it around for a while to pick up some scratches, and then sampled those scratches for use on their albums.

    There are a few or a lot (depends on the kind of music you are into) that ha used the vinyl scratches and noises in there music. I allways got a kick ou of that.

    Me too. But I think Portishead actually creating a blank disk, exposing
    it to the environment so it can receive 'natural' scratches, and sampling those scratches so as to have 'clean' noise to add to their albums? That
    is going to the limit.
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  • From Sprecker@SPRX-BBS to Phantomrage on Friday, October 27, 2006 23:18:00
    Re: Re: extracting audio from
    By: Phantomrage to Matt Munson on Thu Oct 26 2006 01:22 am

    Anyone have any suggestions on how to extract audio tracks from dvd-audio Bought depeche mode remasters but they put the bonus tracks as dvd-audio, stupid morons at mute. :P


    Don't know if you can put the dvd into the computer and look at the song dat as a file or not. I would just plug the rca outs of a dvd player, into the computer input of the soung card and record the songs that you want. If you have good audio software on your computer and a good soundcard then you shou be fine.

    Or play the dvd on the compter and record the audio with the same recording software.

    If any one else has a suggestion or know of some software that would work better, then I would like to know about that as well. -=>***************************************************************<=-
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    Ace.DVD.Audio.Extractor
    there are a few apps that extract audio fron a dvd.
    above is one you can look into.
    if you need any help shoot me a msg
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